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Savannah, Georgia / Atlanta, Georgia / Bombing #325138

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 18, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Attorney Robert Robinson reported injured during bomb explosion at his office in Savannah, Georgia; details recalled from bomb that killed Alabama federal judge Robert Vance this weekend. Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Bruce Hall) Pkg. containing pipe bomb reported mailed to federal court in Atlanta, Georgia; details given, scenes shown. [Atlanta police maj. W.W. HOLLEY - comments.] Death of Vance reviewed. [FBI spokesperson Allen WHITAKER - comments on Vance bombing.] [US Marshall Thomas GREENE - warns judges to use caution when opening parcels.] [US district judge William STAFFORD - says he has a right to be free.] Bomb shown being destroyed by Atlanta police. [Police captain Julian SPENCE - comments on bomb.] Atlanta bomb reported being compared to one that exploded in Savannah.

Hall, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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